Cutts, In the Cutt, Cutty, Mob Cutty: all variations of the same overall idea, yet slightly different. “Cutts” refer to backcountry or a party that will take you longer than 20 minutes to drive to and where you will probably dent your car on a log or get stuck in a ditch. “In the Cutt” is generally the same. “Cutty” can be used as an endearing term for a friend (“sup cutt?”). “Mob Cutty”= let’s go.
Loc: short for local, the term in Santa Cruz has taken on an entirely new meaning. Loc is used as a positive term for a person one thinks highly of, or that one thinks is chill (“that guy is a loc”). Can also mean cool, as in “that guy’s car is so loc!”
Dank, dankles: Something that is good. “This sandwich is dank/the dankles.”
Barge: When something is far. “Ugh you want to go all the way to San Jose? That’s such a barge!”
Chundle, chundled, chundlecakes: Hungover or drunk to the point of exhaustion and/or vomiting.
Yicked: Drunk off one’s ass.
Churdis, churdiling: When someone is awkward, they are a Churdis. When you are awkwardly lurking around, you are churdiling.
Lurking: Hanging around without engaging in social interaction or without reason.
Nug: a girl that is attractive is a nug.
Grody: used to describe someone or something gross and/or dirty.
Dome: The act of performing oral sex on a male is called “dropping dome.” Also used as a term for head (as in “I hit my dome”).
Pus: pronounced like “puss”, used to describe something very good. “This burrito is pus.” I don’t really like this one.
Frail: when something or someone is lame, a flake, or a downer. “This party is frail.” OR “That girl never comes, she’s a frail.”
Gotta love Santa Cruz.